AI-enabled healthcare to be free or near free

Peter Diamandis quote on AI-enable healthcare

Above you can see a quote we "pilfered" from one of the more recent posts by Peter Diamandis "The 3 Major Industries AI and Big Data Will Reshape This Decade". Why we recommend the post? As usual with Diamandis, it makes for an interesting and stimulating reading. Moreover, his expectation has been our expectation for at least a decade now and quite independent of him. However, don’t get us wrong, there isn’t much credit in it these days: just about any thinking and informed american will probably agree by now with his statements.

One of his observations is very interesting. He notes that Big Data will rule the future of healthcare and all kinds of devices will be used to collect data about your health, forming a sort of symbiosis with the big data centers that will process this information and form predictions that will anticipate problems well before they become critical for your health. Thus, a lot more emphasis on prevention, a lot more on-demand medical services will be required. As we will go deeper into this AI-enabled future, we will discover just how important it is to have access to on-demand medical services that have transparent price tags attached to them. has foreseen these developments and we want to push forward a way of transparent rating of medical services by other humans. We do not believe an algorithm buried in a data center somewhere can truly allow us to have transparent pricing. But a human community that shares information can! If you agree, why not join today the growing number of people that want transparent pricing?

CashDoctor - the 8 word healthcare solution


Add a comment

Posting comment as guest.
If you already have an account, please LOGIN.
If not, you may consider creating on. It’s FREE!

Popular new stories


Health is only what’s easy to measure: the case for mental health tracking


Editors List

Cash Doctor (Administrator)

Cooper B (Cooper)

George B (George)

Grace B (Grace)

Rob Stehlin (rob_stehlin)


8 word solution to healthcare access to health care access to information affordable health care afghanistan war ai-enabled healthcare annual cost of medical errors in usa apple healthkit bad healthcare barack obama big data cash doctor app cashdoctor app cashdoctor community cashdoctor mission platform cash-only patients college students are hurting consumer empowerment cost increases cost of health care cost reduction cost transparency crowdsourcing healthcare information data mining destroyed lives direct pay physicians direct pay practice direct pay system disruptive technologies dr. oliva blog post florida hospital association future healthcare google knowledge graph health health apps health care health care debate health care deception health care hidden agendas health care reform health insurance health insurance is a right health law health measures health plan healthcare healthcare changes healthcare decision making healthcare factors healthcare impact healthcare insurance healthcare lies healthcare movement healthcare price transparency healthcare reform healthcare solution healthcare system healthcare transparency health-related queries higher deductibles hospital cash discount hurt women hurt young people insurance insurance scam internet self-diagnosis large price increases lost jobs measuring value medical data privacy medical debt medical records privacy medical services price sharing medicare payments mobile apps mobile health search mobile healthcare mobile medicine obama obama administration obama’s health care lies obama’s manipulation obamacare obamacare and babies obamacare and pregnant women obamacare deception obamacare disinformation obamacare lies opposed to obamacare patient empowerment physician extenders ppo prefered provider organizations pregnant women and healthcare president obama prevention price comparison data price transparency privacy breach public agenda national survey public expectations on price information searching for healthcare costs share cost sharing information about medical costs social media impact on healthcare standardization of medical procedures symptom search telemedicine transparency transparent free market solution u.s. health system unmet needs us healthcare 2015 predictions usa today analysis user-friendly healthcare it value-based healthcare value-based points what women think of obamacare white house lies women women hate obamacare world hospital database